Almond Milk:Almond Milk - Nutrition Facts

protein • lipid profiles • heart health

Ingredients: sprouted organic almonds*, filtered water, coconut nectar, vanilla bean, cinnamon, himalayan salt

*Our almond milk consists of raw, unpasteurized, organic, sprouted almonds. We sprout our almonds in-house. One of the main benefits of sprouted almonds is that the dormant energy within the almond is given life. This is life that brings more nutrition to the consumer as there are activated, or living enzymes now present. Sprouted almonds also have a more natural, smooth, delicate flavor.

Almond milk is naturally lactose, gluten, casein and cholesterol free. Our almond milk contains generous amounts of vitamin E, manganese, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, selenium, iron, zinc and calcium. We added coconut nectar (nutritionally superior to agave), vanilla extract, cinnamon and himalayan salt to enhance the nutritional value along with flavor. Sip and enjoy.

 

Almond Milk + Cacao:Almond Milk + Cacao Nutrition

protein • lipid profiles • heart health

Ingredients: sprouted organic almonds*, filtered water, coconut nectar, vanilla bean, cinnamon, himalayan salt

*Our almond milk consists of raw, unpasteurized, organic, sprouted almonds. We sprout our almonds in-house. One of the main benefits of sprouted almonds is that the dormant energy within the almond is given life. This is life that brings more nutrition to the consumer as there are activated, or living enzymes now present. Sprouted almonds also have a more natural, smooth, delicate flavor.

This is the same as the formula of our original almond milk, except we added raw, 100% organic cacao powder, as well as organic maca powder. Real cacao has a bitter flavor profile, somewhat similar to the coffee bean. Cacao is natures highest natural source of antioxidants, and maca is great for energy and has been show to aid in the balance of hormone levels in the body via the thyroid.

Baby CBaby C Nutrition

antioxidants • anti-CVD • vision

Studies have shown that fruits and vegetables with an orange pigment are the most protective against cardiovascular disease. CVD is the #1 killer in the US. So we went with the most orange vegetable we could find!

Dr .Norwalk believed his adoption of a raw diet and juicing carrots was the main reason for his recovery of liver cirrhosis. His doctor gave him a matter of weeks to live. He became his own subject, refused to take drugs and medications, and healed himself through dietary changes. We carry on the visions of Dr. Norwalk and many others of his era at Cold off the Press.

G-MintG-Mint Nutrition

energy • fat burner • appetite

Ingredients: grapefruit, mint, yacon root

Citrus fruits are rich in flavonoids – which have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties. They are also a good source of vitamin C. Grapefruit juice has been related to controlling appetite, mint adds a smooth, rejuvenating effect, and yacon root is a low-glycemic, blood-sugar-stabilizing sweetener. Great in the morning. Good anytime.

*Consult with your healthcare practitioner to see if you are taking any medications that grapefruit juice may affect.

Doc’s TonicDoc's Tonic Nutrition

anti-cancer • vitamin c • detoxification

Ingredients: celery, pineapple, mustard greens, parsley, turmeric, camu camu, reishi mushroom, black pepper

We collaborated with our good friend and Naturopathic Doctor Maurice Werness to create this powerful elixir. You could say Doc has a “thing” for turmeric. It might be because it is highly touted for its anti-cancer properties (amongst others). Turmeric is not as easily absorbed on its own as we’d like it to be. That’s why we chose pineapple (for its bromelain) and black pepper (piperine) to increase absorption and make sure you’re getting the most out of your juice. In addition, we added (100% organic) superfoods Camu Camu and Reishi mushroom. Camu Camu is one of the highest natural sources of vitamin c, and the Reishi mushroom has been known to resist illness, aid in detoxification, and calm the nerves.

Dr. Werness currently practices in Durham, NC. In his practice, he focuses on sharing the secrets of people living in longevity hotspots – areas where above-average amounts of indigenous peoples around the world live to be 100 years or more. Doc has researched these cultures, and believes their dietary habits along with lifestyle behaviours are the main reasons why they live so long while free of complications. We couldn’t agree more. You can read more about Dr. Werness and schedule an appointment with him on his website, drwerness.com

Feel the BeetFeel the Beet Nutrition

nutrient delivery • nitrate • blood pressure

Ingredients: beet-root, celery, carrot, apple, lemon, ginger

If we were to choose our one favorite ingredient to juice, it would be beets. There are studies on studies that have linked beet-root consumption to improved blood flow (due to its high nitrate content), lowered blood pressure, and the amino acid betaine in beets has liver protective properties. Beets are also a great source of dietary folates, vitamin a, b-complex, and iron, manganese, copper, and magnesium. Read more about the benefits of beets on our Benefits page.

Field of GreensField of Greens Nutrition

chlorophyll • micronutrients • alkalinity

Ingredients: kale, cucumber, collard greens, mustard greens, chard, parsley, lemon, ginger

This is our supergreen juice. Not engineered to be addicting because of how it tastes, but rather to give your body an influx of [chlorophyll-amino-antioxidant-antiinflammatory-hydrating-nourishing-energy rich] nutrient-dense greens that your body might characterize as “natural steroids.” Chug or sip at your own discretion.

The TributeTribute Nutrition

health • vitality • longevityIngredients: romaine, apple, green bell pepper, escarole, beet-tops, chard, red cabbage, watercress

This juice is a tribute to one of the visionaries of the juice movement – the late Dr. Max Gerson. Dr. Gerson was one of the first to administer juice as medicine. He actually used this specific recipe (available at www.gerson.org) in his “green juice” to treat his patients that were chronically ill and had cancer. Astonishingly, Dr. Gerson had around a 50% success rate with his terminally ill patients – in the 1930s. Modern day treatments aren’t reaching these levels yet. Drink this juice to assist health, vitality, and longevity, and support one of the true OG’s of juicing. #TheMostSeriousJuiceOfAllTime